Policing a Changed City
New York City Police Museum; 100 Old Slip; New York, NY 10005; T: (212) 480-3100; Monday through Saturday - 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
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Policing a Changed City

After the tragic attacks on September 11th, 2001, the New York City Police Department faced new challenges, becoming New York City's first line of defense in the fight against terrorism. Although New York City is still one of the country's biggest terrorist targets, it is also one of its safest. Policing a Changed City chronicles how the NYPD has used new technology, intelligence gathering and community outreach to successfully fight crime and terrorism.

Highlights include the incredible investigative work being done in the Real Time Crime Center through its cutting-edge database of crime statistics and reports, the NYPD's global reach for intelligence through its liaison officers stationed overseas, as well as its local effort to educate and communicate with the City's business owners and residents.

Come see why no security force in the world is more sophisticated then New York's Finest.

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